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Sumedha Reddy | HENB | Hyderabad | July 11, 2018:: An eminent Hindu spiritual leader, who was placed under house arrest here ahead of his proposed ‘Dharmagraha Yatra,’ (padayatra) was exiled today from the city for six months for allegedly making provocative statements, police said.
The head of Sri Peetham of Kakinada Swami Paripoornananda was externed from Hyderabad city for next six months under Telangana Prevention of Anti-Social and Hazardous Activities Act, they said.
“Yes he has been externed from Hyderabad city for six months,” Hyderabad Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar told PTI.
On July 9, the Swami was put under house arrest at a house owned by a real estate firm in Jubilee Hills here ahead of his padayatra, in protest against the recent statements and campaigns in social media and electronic media against Hindu deities.
As part of the exile proceedings the Swami was shifted out of the city, another senior police official said adding the orders were issued over his alleged provocative statements made earlier at different events and meetings across the state.
Swami Paripoornananda had recently demanded the arrest of Telugu actor and movie critic Kathi Mahesh, (who too has been exiled from Hyderabad), over his alleged statements against Hindu deities and said he “hurt” the sentiments of the Hindus.
However, the permission for organising counter protest/agitation programmes against Mahesh’s statements were not permitted by police in any part of the state.
On July 9, Kathi Mahesh, also a filmmaker, who was booked by police for allegedly making statements “disrespecting” Hindu deities, was the exile from Hyderabad city for six months.
Swami Paripoornananda has been working to fight against the anti-Hindu elements who use to attack Hindu sentiment by denouncing Hindu Dharma in many ways through defame Hindu deities, promote conversion rackets, run illegal cow slaughter houses and hatch communal riots against Hindus.